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HARM

[¦āch¦ā¦är′em or härm]
(engineering)
high-aspect-ratio micromachining.
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Studying the obtained drugs for sterility, harmlessness, reactogenicity, and sensitizing properties showed that sensitins were sterile, harmless, and had no sensitizing properties.
According to local Egyptian newspaper Al-Shorouk, Egypt's document will include the governing principles of managing the Nile River based on the international law of international rivers, such as the fair and equitable use of water and harmlessness.
Harmlessness describes all necessary precautions that are taken to protect volunteers from potential harm.
Since Bottom manifests no aggression or even the characteristic obstinacy, and instead is exceptionally passive and compliant, the choice of animal seems to hinge on its harmlessness, so that Titania can play out her dotage to the full as she takes complete control of the affair.
To underscore the harmlessness of it all, a group of turkeys strutted mindlessly by, just beyond my manzanita.
The harmlessness of radical epistemological scepticism, which Floridi calls informational scepticism with regard to modern conditions, is demonstrated using the notions of the theory of information.
This may be due to the routineness and apparent harmlessness of the effects as observed casually and also a lack of monitoring tools and procedures.
DNCE has the anarchic energy, and the visuals, of a punk band from a bygone era - bassist Cole Whittle sported a bejewelled choker, a gaudy, reflective traffic vest, and a furry pink guitar strap - undercut by their tongue-in-cheek harmlessness, encapsulated by drummer Jack Lawless's t-shirt: four kittens lined up a la the famed Black Flag logo, emblazoned with BLACK CATS instead.
Michael's photographic memory, ability to sneak around, and presumed harmlessness are valuable team assets.
Although synthetic antioxidants have widely been used in animal feeding to prevent rancidity, currently, they became an objection subject regarding their harmlessness (ANESINI et al.
The example of Iceland should inspire us to pursue clean energy further-if not for its intrinsic benefits and the clean living consciousness it engenders, then for its relative harmlessness compared to fossil fuels.
20) This high standard for harmlessness reflects the risk that anything less could potentially deprive a criminal defendant of the right to a fair trial.